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* Headlines for June 28, 2005
* Protecting Whistleblowers or Shielding Government Wrongdoing? Supreme Court on Journalists and Anonymous Sources
* Eminent Domain Ruling: Justices Uphold Taking Property for Private Development
* Supreme Court Rules to Hold Internet File-Sharing Companies Liable
* Supreme Court Rules Cable Companies Not Required to Share Broadband Lines
* Supreme Court Delivers Split Verdict on Ten Commandments Displays
This audio is part of the collection: Democracy Now!
It also belongs to collection: News & Public Affairs
Date: 2005-06-28 00:00:00
Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Label / Recorded by: DN Studios
Keywords: Democracy Now
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Subject: Supreme court 'revises' fifth amendment of the US Constitution
Court oks taking private land, some of it owned for generations, to build luxury riverwalk and drug factory for private corporations.
In effect, any private land can be taken for any purpose, if it generates more tax revenue, so your family farm can make way for another corporate profitmaking machine.
As always, democracy now is first in line to cover a story that shows how corporations own the US and control the US government.